Atopic dermatitis is a pruritic allergic disease of the skin and a genetically predisposed inflammatory with clinical characteristics features. Atopic-like dermatitis (ALD) is defined as the pruritic disease of skin in dogs, cats. Veterinary atopic dermatitis is a hypersensitive reaction caused to animals by allergens due to plant pollens, spores or mold, house dust mites etc. Veterinary atopic dermatitis is associated with IgE antibodies with respect to environmental allergens. Factors such as ectoparasites, environmental factors, cutaneous infection/colonization by bacteria and epidermal barrier dysfunction may exacerbate veterinary atopic dermatitis. Veterinary atopic dermatitis is one of the most common condition of skin disorders. Exposure to allergens via inhalation and percutaneous absorption and ingestion has led to veterinary atopic dermatitis. Avoidance of combined allergen, topical treatment, corticosteriods, antibiotics, hyposensitization, antifungals, non-steroidal antipruritics, dietary management etc are some of the treatment strategies for veterinary atopic dermatitis.
The global veterinary atopic dermatitis market is expected to register substantial growth in the market due to increasing prevalence of veterinary atopic dermatitis globally. Negligence in allergic symptoms of veterinary atopic dermatitis infection may also increase the veterinary atopic dermatitis market. For pets with atopic dermatitis, cyclosporine provide the best treatment option with rapid onset of activity. Furthermore, educated people who are aware of the pets diseases and treatment may also drive the growth of the veterinary atopic dermatitis market. However, side effects cause due to drugs allergic reaction, improper management of veterinary atopic dermatitis may hinder the growth of the market. In addition to this, treatment cost and the long term duration of the treatment is also another factor in restraining the growth of the veterinary atopic dermatitis market. Moreover, less education about pets treatment and prognosis, harmful side effects of the therapy and the chronic nature of other therapies may hamper the growth of the veterinary atopic dermatitis market. Several veterinary atopic dermatitis pipeline drugs are in development for atopic dermatitis in dogs and cats. With the advancement in research and development, launch of new novel drugs will significantly improve the veterinary atopic dermatitis market in coming years. Also adoption of new treatment therapy in veterinary hospitals and clinics will likely to stimulate the growth of the veterinary atopic dermatitis market globally.
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The global veterinary atopic dermatitis market is segmented on the basis of treatment types, route of administration and distributional channel
- Veterinary Atopic Dermatitis Market Segmentation by Treatment
- Essential Fatty Acids
- Veterinary Atopic Dermatitis Market Segmentation by Route of Administration
- Veterinary Atopic Dermatitis Market Segmentation by Distributional Channel
- Institutional Sales
- Veterinary Hospitals
- Veterinary Clinics
- Retail Sales
- Pet Pharmacies
- Mail Order Pharmacies
- Institutional Sales
Geographically, veterinary atopic dermatitis market is categorized into five key regions: North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. North America holds largest revenue share in veterinary atopic dermatitis due to increase in veterinary healthcare systems and adoption of advanced technologies in veterinary hospitals and clinics. In addition to this, increase in adoption of pets in homes is likely to foster the growth of the veterinary atopic dermatitis market Europe is dominating the global veterinary atopic dermatitis market due to rise in animal healthcare spending and increase in trade of animals which ultimately increases the veterinary atopic dermatitis market. Asia Pacific shown to have significant growth potential in veterinary atopic dermatitis market due to rising adoption of pets and increasing prevalence of infectious diseases in animals. Middle East & Africa shown to have slow growth in global veterinary atopic dermatitis market due to less adoption of pets and improper healthcare treatment for animals.
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Some of the key players leading in veterinary atopic dermatitis market are: GlenHaven, DermaPet, DVM Pharmaceuticals, Virbac, Enzo Life Sciences, Inc., Pfizer Animal Health, Novartis Animal Health, Inc., Eli Lilly and Company, Perrigo, Merck & Company, Zoetis Inc., Toray Industries, Inc, Bayer Animal Health, Putney, Inc., Dechra. Elanco, Kindred Biosciences, Nippon Zenyaku Kogyo Co., Ltd.,